Author : Alotaibi, Hasna Balaj
Modern trends for the development of the Deanship in the management of students’ affairs in Saudi universities in light of the booming global experiences: A comparative analytical study
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 644-663
The study aims to identify the trends in the modern development of the administration of the Deanship of Student Affairs in some advanced universities, such as in „Harvard and Manchester Universities‟ and the reality of the administration of student‟s affairs at the King Saud University on the local level. And identify the benefits of these global experiences plan to apply in the development of the Deanship of Students Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researchers used the comparative analytical descriptive method of the available literature and references. In the light findings of the study, several recommendations and proposals were suggested. Such as the need to involve graduates with their experiences in helping with the academic and vocational affairs of currently enrolled students, as well as opening opportunities for students to participate in volunteer campaigns around the world, and forming of a specialized unit to provide trips, visits and family meetings; thus achieving the 2030 Vision of the participation of parents in university programmes and activities, and hence strengthening the link between the University and society.